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(2942) The response of the anterior striatum during adult human vocal learning.   Simmonds AJ, Leech R, Iverson P and Wise RJ.   2014.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 112, pages 792-801.

(2943) Motor demand-dependent activation of ipsilateral motor cortex.   Buetefisch CM, Revill KP, Shuster L, Hines B and Parsons M.   2014.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 112, pages 999-1009.

(2944) Invisible visual stimuli elicit increases in alpha-band power.   Bareither I, Chaumon M, Bernasconi F, Villringer A and Busch NA.   2014.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 112, pages 1082-1090.

(2945) Acetylcholine functionally reorganizes neocortical microcircuits.   Runfeldt MJ, Sadovsky AJ and MacLean JN.   2014.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 112, pages 1205-1216.

(2946) EEG mean frequency changes in healthy subjects during prefrontal transcranial direct current stimulation.   Accornero N, Capozza M, Pieroni L, Pro S, Davì L and Mecarelli O.   2014.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 112, pages 1367-1375.

(2947) Exploring the specific time course of interhemispheric inhibition between the human primary sensory cortices.   Brodie SM, Villamayor A, Borich MR and Boyd LA.   2014.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 112, pages 1470-1476.

(2948) Why wet feels wet? A neurophysiological model of human cutaneous wetness sensitivity.   Filingeri D, Fournet D, Hodder S and Havenith G.   2014.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 112, pages 1457-1469.

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